Fleur de Lis

Fleur de Lis

Jennifer Reeser / Dec 15, 2019

Fleur de Lis This book the author s fifth collection contains new translations of Charles Baudelaire poems of Paris verses for the victims at Charlie Hebdo poems of New Orleans and These poems have appeared in

  • Title: Fleur de Lis
  • Author: Jennifer Reeser
  • ISBN: 9780692766491
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book the author s fifth collection contains new translations of Charles Baudelaire, poems of Paris, verses for the victims at Charlie Hebdo, poems of New Orleans, and These poems have appeared in journals such as the Paris digital revue, Levure Litteraire, in Europe s leading literary e zine, Recours au Poeme, in American academic journals such as AbleThis book the author s fifth collection contains new translations of Charles Baudelaire, poems of Paris, verses for the victims at Charlie Hebdo, poems of New Orleans, and These poems have appeared in journals such as the Paris digital revue, Levure Litteraire, in Europe s leading literary e zine, Recours au Poeme, in American academic journals such as Able Muse and THINK, in mass publications such as The Writer, The National Review, and others With a foreword by French scholar and Baudelaire authority, Kathryn Oliver Mills The breath of Paris pushes at my shutters, writes Jennifer Reeser, twenty first century flaneuse and elegant, rhyming translator of the great 19th century French poet, Charles Baudelaire Fleur de Lis is an example of how deeply a European city and that city s poet can enter an American writer s heart Though Jennifer Reeser is no innocent abroad and hardly maudit she is deeply Christian the ghost of the nineteenth century haunts the cadences of this immensely talented, stylish, New Orleans based formalist whose work confronts the malformations of her soul Fleur de Lis Fleurs du Mal I have seen queens swans, moved a man to cry, heard Bach played in the Metro on guitars I have made love in Paris Let me die All of the nineteenth century is here, but filtered through a sophisticated, twenty first century sensibility, constantly moving between what was and what is The journey is fascinating, rich, knowing, and endlessly circumfluent Though Reeser is besotted with Jesus, she dives deeply into darkness as well, and boundaries herself Baudelaire, New Orleans Paris fade She is as Baudelaire said of his flaneur a mirror as vast as the crowd itselfa kaleidoscope gifted with consciousness The Painter of Modern Life Jack Foley

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      • Jennifer Reeser

        Jennifer Reeser is the author of five books of poetry X.J Kennedy wrote that her first collection, ought to have been a candidate for a Pulitzer, her book, Sonnets from the Dark Lady and Other Poems was a finalist for the Donald Justice Prize, and her fourth, The Lalaurie Horror debuted as an bestseller in the category of Epic Poetry.Her poems, critical columns, and translations of French, Russian and Cherokee have appeared in publications including POETRY, The Hudson Review, LIGHT, Able Muse, and The Formalist Also they have been printed in anthologies such as Random House Penguin s Measure for Measure, in the Everyman s Library series in Longman s An Introduction to Poetry, and in The Hudson Review s historic, Poets Translate Poets Her translations of Anna Akhmatova are approved by Akhmatova s heir, and authorized by her agency in Moscow, FTM, with whom she deals directly.Her poems have been set to music by American art song classical composer Lori Laitman, and have been translated into Urdu, Persian, Hindi, and the Czech languages.She is a bi racial writer, white European English and Native American Indian She lives in southern Louisiana with her husband and black cat, Baca Her website is jenniferreeser


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